Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Winter is still reigning outdoors, but as the days pass, we’re drawing closer and closer to the spring/summer 2014 fashion season, and certainly thinking over some creative and fresh ideas for it is not irrelevant. That’s why we should consider all the variants offered, and one of the most successful ones in these is the flabbergasting Emporio Armani spring/summer 2014 campaign, which introduces all the innovative and striking suggestions of this top popular brand. This time, the gracious models Anais Pouliot, Diana Moldovan, and Daria Pleggenkuhle represent the impressive garments by Armani, shot for just as impressive campaign ad images.

Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
As we learn from the description given by the brand, the Emporio Armani spring/summer 2014 collection mainly aims at conveying the light and sweet period of the awakening nature, with the weightless fabrics, colors, and designs, as well as combining all that with the fragile image of a woman and finishing up all with the symbolically created synthesis of realism and abstraction. The results are, indeed, unforgettable.
What we generally see among the Emporio Armani spring/summer 2014 campaign images are the plays of silhouettes with colors and design details. This is the case of the opening pair made of a long-sleeved top with wide waist belt and an identically designed bottom, both put on the spectacular color play of bluish tones. The white with cream big clutch and the cream shoes come to match this duo ideally.
Also, we can note the minimalistically chic pair of white wide-leg pants and a suit, having some color shades complementing them as a scarf and shoes, while basically being put on milky white overtones. The design of this look suggests the mishmash of elegant, yet minimalistic chic with the slightly noticeable manly touches. Some softer fabrics for outerwear and some shiny ones for pants have been chosen for another look, the key colors of which are the khaki green, violet, and blue.
The grey with black and white is the key to the next look, which again stands for the specific Emporio-Armani-made interpretation of feminine chic. So we can conclude that the Emporio Armani spring/summer 2014 campaign is especially worth looking through for those, who are always ready for something new and daring, something classy, yet stereotype-breaking. Emporio Armani is best at creating such pieces, and you are just to choose the ones that suit you best.

Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Emporio Armani

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